are. i think part of the problem, and governor, weigh in on this, is that in a closed primary system, the ideologues come out, and there's been an exodus i think of people like me. i'm one of the people you need to try to woo back, and, therefore, the only folks coming out are very conservative, and who do they nominate? they nominate the christine o'donnells. governor rendell, you know mike castle would have won that seat in a cake walk. >> going away. but michael, it's because all the money in primaries comes from the club for growth, comes from the tea party. there hasn't been any moderate to right money that weighs in on behalf of the moderate to right republican candidates. that's why what main street is trying to do i think is so important. and, look, even if it means there are a few more republicans in the senate, in the congress, if they're reasonable republicans who are moderate conservatives, then that's a good prescription for america. we need people who are going to work together, and lord knows talk about any poll you want, michael, the exit polls showed 73% of the american people, overwhelming majority, want us to compromise, want us to get things done. >> congressman, might a potential solution be that which they're doing.